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2015Predicting unprecedented dengue outbreak using imported cases and climatic factors in Guangzhou, 2014Sang, S.; Gu, S.; Bi, P.; Yang, W.; Yang, Z.; Xu, L.; Yang, J.; Liu, X.; Jiang, T.; Wu, H.; Chu, C.; Liu, Q.
2015Perceptions of workplace heat exposure and controls among occupational hygienists and relevant specialists in AustraliaXiang, J.; Hansen, A.; Pisaniello, D.; Bi, P.
2015Heat waves and morbidity: current knowledge and further direction-a comprehensive literature reviewLi, M.; Gu, S.; Bi, P.; Yang, J.; Liu, Q.
2015Adaptation to extreme heat and climate change in culturally and linguistically diverse communitiesHansen, A.; Nitschke, M.; Bi, P.
2015Changes in rodent abundance and weather conditions potentially drive hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome outbreaks in Xi’an, China, 2005–2012Tian, H.; Yu, P.; Luis, A.; Bi, P.; Cazelles, B.; Laine, M.; Huang, S.; Ma, C.; Zhou, S.; Wei, J.; Li, S.; Lu, X.; Qu, J.; Dong, J.; Tong, S.; Wang, J.; Grenfell, B.; Xu, B.
2015Extreme heat and occupational heat illnesses in South Australia, 2001-2010Xiang, J.; Hansen, A.; Pisaniello, D.; Bi, P.
2015Speaking of climate change: a discursive analysis of lay understandingsHanson-Easey, S.; Williams, S.; Hansen, A.; Fogarty, K.; Bi, P.
2015Building community resilience to heatwaves in South AustraliaSaniotis, A.; Hansen, A.; Kralik, D.; Arbon, P.; Nitschke, M.; Bi, P.
2015The effect of meteorological variables on the transmission of hand, foot and mouth disease in four major cities of Shanxi province, China: a time series data analysis (2009-2013)Wei, J.; Hansen, A.; Liu, Q.; Sun, Y.; Weinstein, P.; Bi, P.
2015How environmental conditions impact mosquito ecology and Japanese encephalitis: An eco-epidemiological approachTian, H.; Bi, P.; Cazelles, B.; Zhou, S.; Huang, S.; Yang, J.; Pei, Y.; Wu, X.; Fu, S.; Tong, S.; Wang, H.; Xu, B.